If Your Partner Snores, You Need to Check This Out

Smart Nora detects snoring and stops it by gently moving the snorer’s pillow

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Is snoring an unwelcome guest in your bedroom? There’s a good chance you or your partner snores, since the National Sleep Foundation estimates 90 million Americans snore. Snorers come in all shapes, sizes, ages, and genders.

Snoring is more than a nuisance. If your partner snores, neither of you are getting a good night’s sleep. That means you wake up cranky and without enough rest, making you less productive the next day. Snoring is also linked to heart disease.

There’s no shortage of supposed solutions to snoring – from nose strips to masks to specialized pillows. Many of these methods are uncomfortable to sleep with and must be placed directly on the snorer’s face.

The Smart Nora system is the antidote to snoring that requires no physical contact. Smart Nora is a pillow insert that detects when you’re snoring and gently moves the pillow to interrupt the snoring.

You snore because your neck and throat muscles relax, tightening the airways and causing vibration in your throat. When the Smart Nora insert moves your pillow it stimulates the throat muscles, so you start breathing naturally again.

The Smart Nora system has three simple parts: a pillow insert that you can use with any pillow, a portable pump you keep by your bed to activate the pillow insert, and the “pebble,” a device about the size of your computer mouse that activates the system and detects snoring.

Smart Nora has thousands of satisfied customers, who use phrases like “life-changing” and “it’s a miracle” to describe the device. Customers have even posted “before and after” data from sleep apps to show how well the system works. One user, for instance, posted that they’ve gone from snoring 38% of the time before using Smart Nora to just 9% of the time with Smart Nora.

You can try Smart Nora for up to 30 days with a 100-percent money-back guarantee, so there’s nothing to lose but a bad night’s sleep.

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